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  • Q&A: South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard on justice reform

    The U.S. has the largest prison population in the world, even as crime rates continue to drop. Of the 2.2 million inmates incarcerated in the U.S., 57 percent are in state prisons and 33 percent are in local jails, costing states billions of dollars. Between 1986 and 2012, state spending on correctional facilities, probation and parole increased 427 percent, from $9.9 billion to $52.4 billion, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers.
  • Ellsworth AFB leasing space to in-home health care company

    A Virginia-based in-home health care company has signed a lease for space at Ellsworth Air Force Base in western South Dakota. The Governor's Office of Economic Development says Advance Health will open its third location in the nation at the base. The...

    SD consumers relieved health insurance subsidies upheld

    South Dakota consumers who get subsidized health coverage under the Affordable Care Act said Thursday they're relieved the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld tax credits that help cover the premiums by thousands of dollars on average per year. The state's...

    A state-by-state look at governors' trade trips abroad

    U.S. governors have taken or scheduled about 80 trips abroad since the start of 2014, generally focused on boosting exports or recruiting businesses to their states. Here's a look at what each governor has done. ___ ALABAMA Republican Gov. Robert...

    Daugaard: Up to feds if health subsidies go away

    Gov. Dennis Daugaard says it's up to federal officials to come up with a potential solution for thousands of South Dakota residents whose insurance premiums could jump thousands of dollars a year if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down a key provision of...